As coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, Oprah Winfrey has launched a new Apple TV+ series on the pandemic titled Oprah Talks COVID-19.
In the first episode, Winfrey speaks with actor Idris Elba and wife Sabrina Dhowre, via remote, about how they are coping after Elba tested positive for the virus.
Winfrey posted a preview clip Saturday evening on Twitter. In the video, Elba says: “One of the upsides of this whole drama is that we are forced to think together as a race, as a human race.”
Oprah Talks COVID-19 is now streaming and can be viewed on Apple TV+, with or without a subscription. The first episode can be seen at apple.co/-oprahtalks.
Viewers in more than 100 countries can stream the series on Apple TV+, in the Apple TV app. New episodes will roll out weekly, and will continue to be free to all viewers around the world.
According to the World Health Organization, coronavirus has hit 185 countries and territories. As of Saturday, there were 267,013 confirmed cases worldwide and 11,201 deaths.